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experience, attacking romney. >> the question right now is us's plan is going to keep moving forward? you guys are a little biased. [laughter] >> for the next five days, practice will continue. play the role of president obama. john kerry will do his the governor.of >> the man said to be behind the that set off those doubly muslim world is trouble tonight. he is being held without bond in los angeles. violating hisof probation in a bank fraud conviction. he is believed responsible for video called "the innocence of muslims." it's part doubly protests. >> some international hackers cyber attacksging on several american banks. began more than a ago that targeted pnc bank, america, wells fargo's. millions of customers have been affected, although nobody has lost any money. they took control of thousands of computers. n the air, on tape. we will tell you what happened to an unruly airline passenger. >> work on metro this weekend. >> the search for jimmy hoffa is again. forwhat police are looking and how soon they will know if something. >> i am bob ryan. we still have some showers. i e nation
. >> i know you can ask questions and get any answer you want. >> the calendar is mitt romney oez nemesis. >> we are running out of time. >> people don't trust him. >> how does he turn this thing around? >> mitt romney has campaigned as many things this election cycle. >> a severely conservative republican governor. >> morning ya' ll. >> human pretzel. >> i repeal obamacare. >> don't forget, i got everyone in my state insured. >> 100% of kids in my state are insured. >> 40 days to election. >> and he's using this as a badge of honor. >> this guy is like a bobblehead. >> did the republicans nominate the wrong guy? >> do you think a guy like chris christy would be the right guy. >> with 40 days until the election and a new poll showing >> with 40 days until the election and a new poll showing president obama leading mitt romney by five points, la ra ingram refused to participate in a republican battle against the polls. >> i will say that if the romney campaign's numbers were different all of them fox included if they had a different read than the polls in the swing states you would really
dramatically. there is no question about obama and romney realize they must come across as nice guys that is why they go on entertainment programs. >> we're is very happy you came on this a mrs. obama and brought your date? >> i brought him. he had a few minutes in his schedule. >> i told folks i'm supposed to be eye candy. >> what is your guilty pleasure. >> a donut for me. >> peanut butter sandwiches. >> what does he wear for bed? >> bill: some candidates believe that they shouldn't be dealing with trivia when the economy is awful and there is turmoil in the middle east but they do what they have to do. talking points understand that americans want their leaders to be accessible. they wanted to know that powerful people understand that. that is why the president's campaign has spent hundreds of millions of dollars trying to demonize governor romney as a callous rich guy. no one knows how many american voters are basically uninformed folks that vote on whims but it's substantial when social media is diverting attention from important issues. if you look at newspaper circulation and
and the president has to be held to account at the debates. even though this is a domestic debate wednesday, romney should question him on it. lou: your thoughts? you get the last word. >> i've been in des moines, iowa there, and people there are frustrated about what's going on in washington. they believe the administration's covering this up. they don't want white wash, but want answers. president's phenomenontures could tumble if they are not forthcoming and honest about what happened in benghazi. i think president obama's fortunes go lower opposed to up in the next days to come. lou: thank you very much. >> thank you. lou: much more on the obama administration's involving narrative, if you will, later, we take that up with the a-team. governor romney is a clear underdog right now, so why won't the liberal media call him just that? an underdog. could it be because voters love an underdog? we'll take a look at histories november surprises. the prints presses running over time. wall street loves it. the economy, apparently, needs it, and with the easy money, we couldn't poly did over the cliff, co
now on how to handle that 47% question, they are as team romney privately obsesses now on how to handle bl rg enn uestion, they are praise, praise of president obama. they say he is quote universally acclaimed and ote natural gifts and extensive seasong and is quote uniquely gifted and is quote one of e mo talented political communicators and are trying to lower expectations to the point where if he can stay standing for the viy.inutes it will be considered >> crystal ball, the president will not be allowed to speak for the full 90 minutes of the debate. suly jim will get something in thto >> crystal ball, the president will not be allowed to speak for the full 90 minutes of the te. surely jim will get something in there too. possibly we could expect a 30 minute attack add? you never know. maybe they should put that in e s th predentou ry ngsatef anything. i suspect that is not what they are going to do. he has ahallenge to come in and not look scared or defensive. he has to be cool and calm and atthmostor tng for him. if he looks skiddish. those optics will be the most devast
to hit on with obama, one of the things he answered the final question which a fifth closed. mitt romney seemed stiff but he a little more than a makes. there was some picture iss at the end but a satisfied grin. by the end of the clip i thought he was satisfied with the clip. >> and interviewing bill clinton about the 47% remark that mitt romney made. go. >> do you think that was smart politics? >> no. but it is interesting. you know i know a lot of higher income people who have helped me do my work. they are supporting governor romney. a lot of people say things like that. >> bill: what do you pick up there? >> when he says no. it shows contempt. immediately you know this will be interesting. you can hear the change in his voice and it changes when he talking. he is try to placate the heavy hitters and not so heavy hitters. in addition to that he sticks out his tongue that complements the disgust i talked about earlier. at the end you do that and angry. >> bill: why would he be angry? >> he is not sure what is happening. he doesn't know where the polls are. when we are talking about hi
the question and two minutes for the president and governor romney. remainder of 15 minutes segment will be to follow up, to have a discussion about the question. so there is a discussion that follows the initial answer and maybe these moderators get aggressive there. >> bill: i doubted it. not the ones they chose. they will be very differential because that is who they are. that is okay. now, based on what you have seen of mitt romney because he was involved about two of the debates. okay. strong debator, moderate, weak? >> i will say moderate to strong by the end of his debate. >> bill: he got better? >> he certainly wasn't the worst. newt gingrich had great moments. mitt romneywas pretty solid throughout. >> bill: who was that -- >> your estimation that the governor can hold his own against the pretty good debater, president obama? >> he had a couple weak moments, $10,000 and i'm running for office. he said some things that people said, what? but in 25 debates, you are going say some things. this time he has three debates and stakes are much higher so i expect them to be a little
, walt mazie has some serious questions for romney. >> i think romney will turn the economy around but it's the other issues that we don't know about. >> reporter: like what? >> like the medicare, health care issues. >> reporter: in haymarket, virginia, life-long republican dan stapleton echoes fears about the romney/ryan ticket. >> i think they want to change it so dramatically that we won't recognize it quite as medicare once they're done. >> reporter: by balancing the ticket with ryan, an advocate of major changes to entitlement programs, romney has prompted questions on what he would do about medicare. >> now mitt romney's attacking the president on medicare? >> reporter: and he's also opened the door to an avalanche of democratic attack ads. >> analysts say it could raise seniors' costs up to $6,400 a year. >> reporter: today a spokesperson for the romney campaign called these latest medicare issues "er" because his plan was not adequately explained in the questions. but, scott, the responses are relevant to romney's hopes. >> pelley: dean, thanks very much. both candidates have had
, romney did answer questions from reporters later. but this is what he's done issue after issue, dodge questions and hide behind the mask. but i've got news for mr. romney. the obama campaign is hammering home who the real romney is and what he stands for. he's a candidate who has no problem writing off the country, something that this president refuses to do. >> i'm not fighting to create democrat or republican jobs, i'm creating jobs. i'm fighting to improve schools in the united states of america. i'm not fighting on behalf of rich values or poor values or 53% value. i'm fighting for american values. he's fighting for american values. but the other candidate, the man behind the mask, he's offering us a budget that takes care of the rich but leaves everyone else in the dust. >> show me your budget. i'll tell you what you've got. let's take a look at their budget. why are they doing it? well, they are doing it because they have to. and here's the reason they have to. they cannot possibly, possibly continue to add to the tax cuts of the super wealthy. >> that's what is behind the romne
in chief. romney once again questioned the president's recent description of events in the middle east as bumps in the road. >> i sure as heck don't consider iran becoming nuclear a bump in the road. we need someone who recognizes the seriousness of what's ahead and is willing to lead. >> reporter: romney's tough talk on iran follows israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu's drawing attention at the united nations to the nuclear worries. >> a red line should be drawn right here. >> reporter: just days after the president declined to meet with netanyahu in new york, the two leaders spoke over the phone. but then hours later romney, who enjoys a much friendlier relationship with netanyahu got his own call chatting with the israeli leader while sitting on a tarmac in philadelphia. it was a reminder of the power of the jewish-american vote in places like florida where vice president joe biden defted obama ease relationship with israel. >> i'm not going to talk about israel today. but i want to say one thing. i just want to tell you how proud i am, how proud i am to stand shoulder-to-shou
just happened hours before in cairo. >> reporter: mitt romney says it raises questions to how the first statements could be so wrong. >> there was a great deal of confusion about that from the very beginning on the part of the administration. and whether that was something they were trying to paper over, or whether it was instead just confusion to give an uncertain intelligence report, time will tell. >> reporter: intelligence officials tonight say they offered their honest assessment at the time, and warned that the information was preliminary. republicans note that even the democrat whose chairman of the senate foreign relations committee, john kerry, wants more answers, co-signing a bipartisan letter asking for more details. but he told nbc's andrea mitchell that it should not be a partisan issue. >> the republicans are working overtime to try to exploit a very normal, run of the course, administrative letter that we agreed to on a bipartisan basis in our committee, simply to get some additional questions put in front of the state department. >> reporter: republicans also question ho
is whether mitt romney can connect with the american people. most know he can do the job. the question is that likability factor and whether or not you quote-unquote want to have a beer with him. >> mitt romney showed a tough side with rick perry last year. >> i'm looking forward to finding your facts on that. >> the facts are -- >> rick, i'm speaking. i'm speaking. >> i'm wondering, do you think the obama campaign will have something up its sleeves it to get under romney's skin? do those moments make people uncomfortable, or do they say, well, you know what? he's got a little feistiness in him? >> i think that the president should really consider this an opportunity to talk with the american people about how, you know, his vision of leadership. talk directly about his policies. you know, his strategies to move the country forward. i don't think he should get -- my own advice is he shouldn't get into getting under romney's skin or having a back and forth, et cetera. this is a serious, serious discussion that people are looking for. i don't think he has -- i don't think the onus is on h
there is no question that romney would be a better president. at this point in time he has to be a good campaigner and you have to selma yourself, talk more about here is what i will do and get this country moving. lori: romney today just says a win in pennsylvania would be a shock even though most people would agree with that. do you really go out and say that? >> he was doing a fund-raiser. lori: was he being self-deprecating? >> i think he probably was. 1149 states. the last one was pennsylvania. a tough state. elected a republican governor. a republican legislature. emblem. lori: where is romney most vulnerable? >> what he has to do, i mean, i think the key thing here -- lori: 47%. >> that hurt him. no question. and i don't think he ever intended to mean that in a derogatory way. it has been misinterpreted. what he needs to do and what i keep hearing from people all across this country is tell me what he will do. be more specific. i am going to repeal obamacare but then there are parts of obamacare that i like. he has to be consistent. i will get rid of government programs. i can't tell you wh
fingers openly questioning governor romney's strategy. that is bringing him to pennsylvania at this very hour. that's a state where he was down by 12 points according to a poll from quinnipiac university. other polls out show president obama and romney locked in a tight fight. according to the nbc news/"wall street journal"/marist poll, president obama has a slight lead in nevada and north carolina but basically within the margin of error. and in virginia, a new poll from suffolk university/nbc 12 puts obama slightly ahead of romney, also within the margin of error. so, how can romney turn it around? it may not be easy. some people within this romney campaign have concluded he's not actually a very good politician. here's what one romney official explained to politico. he said -- now romney's former rival newt gingrich doesn't go quite that far, but he says that romney needs to reform his thinking. >> i think they're only now beginning to come to grips with the general election. they had a very -- >> scary -- >> they had a very successful primary strategy. in a primary you can raise enou
a similar question, woman they trusted to deal with the medicare program, obama again trumps romney in all the polls. in ohio obama leads romney on medicare by 19. in florida, 15. in virginia, 13. other polls have shown president obama's advantage on medicare has grown significantly since ryan joined the ticket. so let's go back to this again, trying to figure this out. he bought into a guy who was known primarily for this voucher plan, getting rid of medicare as we know it. basically go to a doctor and the bills are paid by medicare. you can't beat a system like that, joy ann, i don't think on this planet earth and have something paid for when you go to do it. there's nothing like it. >> and -- >> why would anybody want to change it? nobody would want to change it. >> chris, i think what's worse than that is they tried to be too cute with it. they said they're not going to touch anybody over 55. people over 55 understand their children are future seniors. it's not they're going to be selfish and say as long as you don't touch my medicare, go ahead, turn it into a voucher. seniors don't li
hell ttday 44- percent of likely voters would biden ttcket whhle 3 suppoot the romney - paul ryan team. obama says: "the question is who's plan issbetter for yoo." campaiin cash is on president obama''sagenda today fundraisers in and around waahington.boswell says (oncam tag): "mitt romney heads to booton for a fundraiser thhs evening hen the focus turns to deeate prrps over the plso scheduled to hold debate - first of three debates is the wednesday in denver. in washington craig boswell fox news." there's a possible deeelooment in the decades-old mystery of what happened to labor strrngman jimmy hoffa. ttday, policeeare digging into rrmains of the teamster boss e who vanished in 1975. it comes pfter officers goo a tip that a body may have been buried there around the same time say the radar pcked up on something underneath this shed..... but the police chief is skeptical. i don't think it's mr. hoffa. it would be great if it was because i would like to bring closure to his family and the tens of thouuands teamsters that iddlize this an and just the southeast of michigan.
herrer asks the question. if romney were to launch an attack on libya or launch an attack on the israeli question, he would look like he was trying to score political points in a debate where he's supposed to be talking about the economy. one of the rules i have for the debates you don't fight with the moderator and you don't invade the other person's space. >> a violation of the newt gingrich rule which was to completely go after maria bartiromo and john harwood at the cnbc debate in michigan and make -- make them the target. >> he was looking for right wing base voters who hate the media. i don't think that's the situation here. when you fight with the moderator and someone like jim you're going to come off badly. >> absolutely. >> other thing they're doing in the preps is telling people the camera is always on. doesn't matter what the agreement says. the response shots will be seen. >> we don't want to be -- >> telling romney not to smirk. >> don't have rich men in the town hall around 1992 where george herbert walker bush looks at his watch. >> you have to avoid that. a reasonable ca
, could be trouble for romney. let's listen. >> there's no question your campaign has been trying to make this a election a referendum on barack obama. now some people are saying you are making it a referendum on paul ryan's budget plan. >> well, i have my budget plan, as you know, that i have put out, and that's the budget plan that we're going to run on. >> and again this sunday romney had to distance himself from ryan's positions and assert that he's the man at the top of the ticket. let's listen. >> the president's cutting $716 billion from current medicare. i disagree with that. i'd put those dollars back into medicare. >> mr. ryan has proposed something similar, almost precisely the same number, 716. >> he was going to use that money to reduce the budget deficit. i'm putting it back into medicare and i'm the guy running for president. >> well, what a miserable time he has. all he does is defend himself against paul ryan's budget and he put the guy on the ticket. >> chris, i remember when this happened. when you put ryan on the ticket, a lot of democrats said, okay, it's over, we've
's not trying to salvage any argument he can for mitt romney. you know -- >> but his questioner referred to this polling crap. >> look, wallace is actually trying to introduce some facts to fox news from time to time. i'm not defending all of his journalism. but what has intruded into the process is a disregard for basic facts. you have people like dick morris on the air saying he would win by five points if the election were today. is he smoking something? >> that's a very good question. we can't confirm that. we have pictures live of the president speaking at a campaign event in washington, d.c. eugene, perhaps romney should try disappearing for a while, then he might become as popular as george w. bush because shock, horror, as it stands now, the former president is actually more popular than mitt romney, though they're both, as they say, underwater. what do you think? >> well, perhaps that could work but it's an inconvenient time for romney to disappear given that there's this election in a few weeks. however, he does keep disappearing. he keeps leaving the campaign trail to do these
and on the airwaves about -- or asking the question, well, why doesn't romney do this or why doesn't romney do that. romney is romney. mitt is mitt, and, you know, we knew there was -- that the field was weak. we talked about it all spring during the republican primaries, and the weak field, surprise, surprise, produced a pretty weak candidate. >> jonathan, when mitt romney went to london, one tabloid newspaper described hip as mitt the twit, but we're also hearing that romney may be the victim because the republican party has hewn so far to the right that it's simply impossible for him to win the base of his party and win independence within the electorate. is that fair? >> you know, i don't really think it is. i mean, i agree that the republican party has moved far from the right and it would have taxed any politician to get back to the center, but he was his own worst enemy during the primaries. he didn't have to go to the right of newt gingrich and rick perry on immigration to win that nomination. if he had come out and, you know, said that he was for the dream act sort of the way gingrich did,
but in poll after poll, president obama, still has an advantage over mitt romney on the basic question of likeability. the second it seems to me is that for whatever reason voters do not yet have a clear understanding of how exactly mitt romney would be different. this despite romney campaigning all over the country, running ads touting his difference, trying to drive a contrast, voters still don't see enough of a contrast, this guy, this alternative is the one we need to choose to take us on that different path. gregg: steve, on the economy specifically, a majority of voters disapprove of the handling of the economy by the president. take a look at this. almost 60% think his economic policies have actually hurt the economy or made no difference at all and that of course is by far the number one issue yet 50% say he deserves to be reelected. do you think, steve, people believe the bill clinton argument that nobody, no president, could have actually solved this in four years? >> yeah, i do think that had some effect. there is no question that president obama came out of the conventions
in, jeff. there was a great screen shot still from the newest romney ad that says literally emblazoned across a person's face your job is in danger. but the question jeff, does that message compute to people that things are bad and thus you're going to vote for the other guy at this point? >> it's really a question of which message is really resonating and in ohio and a lot of these states. in ohio particularly the obama team has pushed the auto rescue, there are a lot of jobs in ohio that were saved by that, and they see that as one of the reasons he's doing so well. the romney team is pushing energy and they still see a vulnerability with coal, for example, but the polls are showing that the auto issue is helping obama certainly more than this energy issue seems to be helping romney. >> it feels like when we look at the number of things both structurally and in terms of the campaign, a real rhee election for president obama is in certain ways overdetermined by the models. it's not the absolute level of economic suffering, it's where, you know, how people feel about how thi
by answering this question. president obama currently leads mitt romney in the polls. why are polls so skewed? a, people tend to choose the first option they are offered. b, i don't answer polls. c, when in doubt always pick c. remember, this is a scientific poll in that the results will be tabulated by a lab chimp. we'll be right back. (cheers and applause) 4h$h we asked over 3,000 doctors to review 5-hour energy and what they said is amazing. over 73 percent who reviewed 5-hour energy said they would recommend a low calorie energy supplement to their healthy patients who use energy supplements. seventy-three percent. 5-hour energy has four calories and it's used over nine million times a week. is 5-hour energy right for you? ask yodoctor. we already asked 3,000. b ew in dyee o2lzsce.com >> welcome back, everybody, thank you so much. folks, my guest tonight is the creator of the tv series about the ravages of methamphetamine. the interview will be six and a half minutes but will feel like 30 seconds. please welcome gilligan. (cheers and applause) vince, so nice to see you, sit down. haven
to colbert nation.com and make your voice heard by answering this question. president obama currently leads mitt romney in the polls. why are polls so skewed? a, people tend to choose the first option they are offered. b, i don't answer polls. c, when in doubt always pick c. remember, this is a scientific poll in that the results will be tabulated by a lab chimp. we'll be right back. (cheers and applause) >> welcome back, everybody, thank you so much. folks, my guest tonight is the creator of the tv series about the ravages of methamphetamine. the interview will be six and a half minutes but will feel like 30 seconds. please welcome gilligan. (cheers and applause) vince, so nice to see you, sit down. haven't seen you since the emmies. >> that's right. >> we were both out tlaninging with the stars. what we do, we big tv executives. >> yeah. >> stephen: now you're the series creator and the executive producer of breaking bad. okay. (cheers and applause) one of your stars aaron paul won an emmy on sunday night. everybody was so excited for him. he looked almost like he was on something, he was
here. this question for you this morning, is there a bias in the media against governor romney? we'll show you some very interesting takes on this. voters are now speaking out about it and we've got a a fair and balances debate on it straight ahead. bill: what about policies coming out of washington and the white house? are they working whether the economy or the middle east? what needs to change? mike huckabee is here on that today. martha: how about this? lawmakers now from both sides of the aisle are demanding some answers from the white house. what happened that night in benghazi and why was the white house so reluctant to call it terrorism? some are seriously questioning the president's foreign policy. you will be surprised who they are. >> he does not understand american exceptionalism. he does not believe that america should lead. and all of these things flow from that. ♪ you do ♪ something to me ♪ that nobody else could do martha: well it was a heroes welcome for the nfl's real referees. watch. >> the regular officials are back. this was the scene an hour ago as they
say that about mitt romney? get your cell phones out. i want to know what you think. night's question. can the president sustain this momentumor 40 days? tea" yteb" no to 622639. always go to our blog at ed.msnbc.com and leave a comment. we're joined by florida congresswoman, debbie wasserman-schuz, chair of the democratic national commite. congressman, good to have you withs tonight. >> thanks, ed. good to be with you again. >> you bet. are democrats very confident in the nd game that you can duplicate this around the couny,t yohaveeele too in day one in iowa? >> well, ed, we're very proud if you look at the contrast between our two campaigns, president obama's campaign has been in the process and we believe ccessfully has established the most significant dynamic groorentcagn in history. that's why you see that the offices and the ground game and the grassroots network that we have across the state of iowa and across states in this country. in iowa, president obama was so proud toin ia inhe democratic primary of 2008. he had an organization there that's never left. i can tell you tha
in virginia. we will keep america the hope of the earth. >> a new video has raised questions about mitt romney's repeated claims on the campaign trail that his business background would help him create jobs as president. the video released by the magazine "mother jones" shows romney in a 1985 address describing the mission of bain capital, the private equity firm he co-founded and formerly ran, saying the goal is to harvest companies for profit. >> bain capital is an investment partnership which was formed to invest in startup companies and ongoing companies, take an active hand in managing them and hopefully five to eight years, harvest them at a significant profit. >> in battle as are congressmember and senate candidate todd akin is again drawing criticism for sexist remarks after claiming democratic opponent senator claire mccaskill was more " ladylike" in a previous election six years ago. he drew a massive backlash and calls to drop out of the race against clair mccaskill after remarking women rarely become pregnant from what he termed a legitimate rape. despite the criticism, he has rema
't be easy it is down at least 1.3 percent. the president and mitt romney are essentially tied on that critical question handling the economy. a mrurality. >> at thats commitment by a trillion dollars during the decade is unthinkable and devastating. >> ballooning national debt orator rest attack by wide margin. it is a lead in some of those take a look at government spending. that's where mitt romney has a very big league 58-38 percent. back to you guys. >> interesting numbers. we could keep that up there for a while. >> look whose talking is what bill clinton is talking about. talking point memo bill o'reilly discusses why like ability is so important and debates are going to be crucial for both candidates. >> there are two kinds of voters in america those who know what the issues are those who don't. for the uninformed casual voert emotion drives the decision and part of that equation is like ability. many historians belief ronald reagan defeated jimmy carter because he came across as likeable while carter was distant. same thing with clinton and the younger clinton had like
the market. we're now down 108 points. and here is a question. we've been asking, a lot. is mitt romney just too nice? does he need to go on the attack more? is he capable of going on the attack? can this man go for the jugular? someone who knows him personal, more, next, and he'll answer that question, can romney drop the nights guy act? ♪ no more mr. nice guy ♪ [ owner ] i need to expand to meet the needs of my growing business. but how am i going to fund it? and i have to find a way to manage my cash flow better. [ female announcer ] our wells fargo bankers are here to listen, offer guidance and provide you with options tailored to your business. we've loaned more money to small businesses than any other bank for ten years running. so come talk to us to see how we can help. wells fargo. together we'll go far. stuart: the mainstream media pointed to consumer confidence numbers as a bright spot for the economy. all but ignoring the gdp and we got a new read on consumer confidence for university of michigan moments ago lower than expected. also new at 10:00 wait until you hear how much t
to a halt more which, again, leads to the question, why is mitt romney losing? >> well, it is. the only real certainty is the fiscal cliff is not going to get decided before the election. one of the ironies is that for all this bad news if you look at consumer confidence, it actually shot up in the last few days since the democratic convention. >> right. >> so there's this weird thing going on where, you know, confidence is kind of defying the economic fundamentals in a way that helps the president. >> people are tired of feeling bad. they want to feel better. i'm struck by the fact that if we took a snap shot today, after this election you could have president obama with a second term. the democrats still holding the senate. and the republicans holding the house. >> right. >> nothing different. so why would we expect that there would be a different attitude toward the fiscal cliff or fixing these problems? will there be? i don't know. >> how about the republicans on the hill? >> i think there is an air coming out of this. though the things people complain about mitt romney we've known all a
in the debates bringing up the issues and romney will have the chance to. the question is does he have something good and meaningful to say in response to them? >> eliot: the answer is no, he can't, he won't. game is over. reuters campaign finance reporter alina and mother jones staff reporter andy kroll thanks for coming on the program tonight. >> thank you. >> eliot: even members of the tea party are trying to get some distance from the tea party. that's ahead. by american express. welcome to the possibilities of membership. welcome in. american express. >> eliot: along with news that president obama is a net job creator, there are more jobs in the economy than when he took office, there is this interesting fact. he's presided over a turnaround in the creation of manufacturing jobs and that's our number of the day. more than 500,000 that's how many jobs we've added to the manufacturing sector since january of 2010. he all remember manufacturers the only ones who actually make stuff like cars in detroit machinery in alabama
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